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Mirror 31st December - Article re. Mobile phone information

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Post by Smokeandmirrors on 13.02.15 8:07

Just dragging this topic back up, and after the media excitement back in 2013 (they were VERY late to the game on the phone records) regarding the phone traffic on and around the 3rd May, I was wondering if Grange ever managed to get the information from the mobile phone companies that the PJ were denied when the original investigation was live, i.e. the contents of text messages and so forth. 

I would have thought that £10m quid spent and such an obvious avenue for investigation would make this a certainty. Does anyone have a view on this? Could any investigation be considered thorough if such an avenue was not fully investigated?

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Post by mad world on 14.02.15 0:46

The moment that g and k wipedmessages etc from their phones this had massive relevance.
If unregistered sims have been used not sure what can be achieved tho

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Post by lj on 14.02.15 14:20

IIRC the PJ could not get those messages for legal reasons. Something like (in my lay terms) you can get a warrant for that in advance, but not retrograde.

So it does not so much depends on money, but if British law allows that AND if the Brits are investigating them. I still believe operation Grange is a whitewash, so I assume they did not even try.

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